Another year – another specification – another marketing term to look forward to. Nicknamed “SuperSpeed USB”, discussions of USB 3.0 came up again when “suspicious” connectors were spotted on a new Asus notebook, at CES 2008. Though not demonstrated in operation, its an indication that manufacturers seem to be planning ahead and building USB 3.0 infrastructure into their products, much sooner than anyone expected. The full USB 3.0 specification is expected to be complete by the end of June 2008. This is great news for all of us who are full participants of the Digital/HD Era.
Ready to dive into the Quad-Core arena?
If yes, the choice is simple – Intel’s Core 2 Extreme QX9650!
Described by Time Magazine as one of “The Best Inventions Of The Year”, Intel has jumped over the 45nm hurdle and came up with amazing results. As Intel’s first 45nm desktop processor, the Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9650 Processor is clocked at 3.0GHz with 1333MHz front side bus and 6MB of L2 Cache (per core die), making 12MB in total.
Virtual Reality has made the jump from somewhat cheesy science fiction to cool purposes in today’s mundane world. Like preventing your buddies from cheating at video games. Multiplayer games on the same screen (I.E. your opponent is in the room with you) have always relied upon a flawed honor system: you have to hope your friend (or foe) doesnâ€™t look at your portion of the screen to sneak a peek at what youâ€™re doing. That, and many (much more interesting) other VR applications are changing with the Vuzix iWear VR920 Video Eyewear. These are the sleekest, most user-friendly VR (stands for Virtual Reality) weâ€™ve seen to date.
Want to share your findings with the world? People attending the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show will be able to contribute their photos from the floor of CES 2008 to a Flickr Group.
This will allow people to share all of their photos with each other and share all the coolest gadgets and stuff there is in Las Vegas this January – at CES 2008!